Support The Grand Canyon Chapter Border Project



Border policies and infrastructure have resulted in severe damage to fragile lands along the entire U.S. border. Important resources and rare and unique species that inhabit the border region, including the Sonoran pronghorn, jaguar, and ocelot, are already under stress due to prolonged drought and the impacts of climate change.

They are further threatened by these border policies and actions that hinder species’ ability to migrate and move freely across the border. We need your help to protect these sensitive lands and the wildlife that depend on them. 

Every dollar of your tax-deductible donation will be used to help stop further destruction from border policies and to enhance protections to ensure habitat resiliency in light of climate change impacts.



 
 Otay Mountains Area
courtesy of Scott Nicol
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